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Movements of Many People, New,
berrians and Those Who Visit
Miss Nina Sligh. of Union, is visit.
ing relatives in Newberry county.
Miss Linda Welch left last week fo:
Mrs. Thomas Gary, of Bartow, Fla.
is visiting relatives at Kinards.
Miss Nell Shealy returned yesterda:
to her home at Little Mountain after
visit to Mrs. J. E. Cannon.
Mr. J. C. Turner has returned fron
Columbia and is now with the New
berry Lumber company as bookkeeper
Mrs. Thos. J. Harmon is visitin,
her mother, Mrs. A. L. Burckhalter, i;
Mr. H. C. Summers, Jr., of Pendle
ton, was on a visit last w1ek to hii
sister, Mrs. Cole L. Blease.
Miss Mattie Adams returned yester
day from visiting in Charleston and a
Mr. Wistar Gary left SundaV for hi.
home in Dallas, Texas, after a visit t<
relatives at Kinards.
Messrs. 0. V. Higgins and Frank an
Paul Halfacre returned yesterda:
morning from Tybee.
Dr. W. H. Alderman and Mr. G. E
Eubanks returned Monday from Char
leston and the Isle of Palms.
Miss Nannie Wheeler and her littl
sister, Pearl, of Prosperity, are visit
ing their aunt, Mrs. H. H. Rikard.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wallace and th
baby, of Charleston, are visiting MrE
Wallace's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
Mr. S. P. Crotwell and family re
turned last week from Hot Springs
Ark., after an absence of about eigh
Mrs. Cannon G. Blease and sistei
Miss Nellie Adams, are visiting thei
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Thoma
Adams, at Mt. Pleasant.
Miss Hilda Robinson, after twi
weeks spent pleasantly with her frien(
Miss Carrie Reighley, left yesterda:
for her home at McColl.
Col. Miton Hirshberg, of Hirshberg
Hollander & Co., paint supplies, Bal
timore, Md., was in the city Saturday
Col. Hirshberg is a pleasant visitor t<
Newberry and is always welcome.
Mr. S. L. Glasgow, of Russellville
Ala., is on a visit to his cousin, Mr
Geo. C. Glasgow of this county. Thi:
is Mr. Glasgow's first visit to New
berry in thirty-five years.
Mr. J. L. Sabiston, of Charlotte, com
mercial agent for the "Chlinchfielt
Route"-Carolina, Clinchfield an<
Ohio railway, was in the city las
week. The C., C. & 0. grows greate:
Miss Mae T:>mpkins, we are paine<
to state, lies quite sick in Newberr:
with typhoid fever. She is with he:
sister, Mrs. Jno. K. Aull, and Mi-s
Arthur Tompkins has gone to b
with her. Late reports of her condi
tion are favorable.-Edgefield Chroni
Mr. W. W. Lipscomb, special agen
from the home office in Greenville, and
Mr. F. J. Parham, general agent witi
headquarters in Columbia, were ii
Newberry Saturday, visiting Mr. B. B
Reid on business. These gentlemer
represent the Southeastern Life In
'VAIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
'The calves of opposite sex, are finE
specimens of the animal kingdom.
Mr. James B. Morgan, of the firn
of Fellers and Morgan, is visiting rela
-tives in Union,
Mr. Samuel E. Matheney, of Char
leston, is visiting his family in New
The Ladies Aid society of the Church
of the Redeemer will meet with Mrs
J. B. O'Neall Holloway August 23 al
Another new firm in town is a store
opened by D. B. Thompson in the storE
room next 0. Klettner, on the railroad
-side of Mr. Klettner.
There is a reward of $175 offered it
the case of the recent burning of the
barn and stables of Mr. Robert Stucli
near Pomaria. Mr. Stuck offers $10(
and the governor $75.
Mr. W. H. Lominack lost a fine and
valuable mule Thursday night fron
water colic. It was one of a matcl
pair and worth $300, the best mule hE
had ever had to the wagon.
Dr. R. R. Calhoun, of Ninety Six
has bought the furniture stock of thE
late firm of G. M. B. Epting & Co., ani
will continue the business at the olt
stand under the management of Mr
W. P. Rambo, of Ninety Six.
Cards have been received fron
Mers. H. W Dominick, Jnto. Henr:
of the Newberry contingent on the
I Canadian excursion, telling of the
pleasant trip the party is having. Sta
Mr. F. M. Lindsay found in his yard
a hen's egg weighing a fraction over
a quarter of a pound, last Thursday.
On Friday he broke it and found with- .
in another egg with hard shell. Sat
Strange things are happening in the Sal
egg line. co
Beautiful twin calves Sunday morn
ing on Mr. W. W. Caldwell's place at he]
Chinquepin are reported to The Her- mo
L -ald and News in the line of progress wh
and prosperity. The calves of opposite me
sex, are fine specimens of the animal,
A new residence house will soon be of :
built by Mr. E. H. Leslie on his lot, ini<
corner Johnstone and Wilson streets, the
the lumber, etc., for which is now be- dat
ing hauled. Already there are three tal
- or four prospective applicants for the hei
occupancy thereof. the
The children of the Episcopal Sun- .
. day school will have a lawn party to- wil
night, August 23, on Mrs. Pifers' lawn. be
Ice cre.m and cake will be served, the
price being ten cents for both. No I
adm.ssion will be charged. The child- be
ren are urged to come and play games En
and have a good time, and bring their inE
elders aong with them. it
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SOCIAL. * cal
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A "Midsummer Night's Dream" of su
beauty and enjoyment was the recep
tion given on Friday evening by Miss Dh
Juanita Evans to her guest, Miss Ruby
Mae Lench, of Murfreesboro, Tenn.
The entertainment included the
younger set of friends of the young Cle
hostess, and the American Beauty aft
roses within their vases paled beside Bu:
these lovely young ladies of Newberry pr<
culture and beauty and the girlish ten
charm -)f one of the belles of Tennes- p
see. The home of the hoste.u, with its Vic
broad piazzas and large lawns, is es- ed
pecially adapted for al fresco enter- aft
tainment, and for this occasion, bril- of
liant with electric lights, and wth the
tropical plants, cut flowers and shade s
trees of an ante-bellum time, it was a vic
scene of true Southern charm. Kit
Miss Mary Nance Fair and Miss Ca-1 lan
mille Evans received the guests in the Bu
reception hall, and Misses Genevieve g
and Juanita Evans introduced Miss h
Lench to their Newberry friends. Miss
Bessie Gilder presided at the punch
~bowl, with her usual charming grace. w
Games, with music and dancing, w
were features of the happy occasion. o
All the gowns were lovely, but.space
a,ac of descriptive powers forbid b
the mention of all. The honoree wore
an exquisitely imported go'wn of white Te
lace over white satin, trimmed with Ian
seed pearls and touches of pink. Miss. Bu
Juanita Evans wore white lace over
pink satin. o
Punch and icei were served by Miss lab
Mildred Evans and a bevy of lovely Cle
young girl friends as assistants, whose her
dainty dresses of white, in the setting
of green pot plants and bright flowers,
resembled white butterflies in .a sum
mer garden, .-'6 & 4hE'.
-a- - 'ber
News of O'Neall. the
IWe are having plenty of rain now. Sal
IThe farmers are busy getting their toy
The protracted meeting at Bethel for
Baptist church has closed. It was con- 'j
ducted by Rev. Dudley,' the pastor. at
There will be baptising the fourth I
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. '1
Among the visitors during the meet
ing were Misses Bessie Dominick, of p.
Chappells; Blanche Boozer, of Kin
ards. and Nannie Cameron, of New
berry; also Mrs. Cansadia Bodie, of
A Student. 'I
A CORRECTION. p.
Editor of The Herald and News: Al
low me to correct, through your col
umns, the mention and consequent1 cou
censure, in my article on "Unwhole-Mo
some Literature," of the News and mn.
Courier on account of its supposed ber
failure to print my note to it relating
to Jeffries and Johnson and their ex- p
ploits. I learned yesterday that the Cot
News and Courier did publish my com
munication in its issue of July 7-with
what comment, if any, I have not'
learned. I left home early that day,
and so missed my copy of the paper..
I see no reason to retract anything Ile
wrote that paper; nor do I see any Itr
reason to qualify what I have writteln
concrnin som ofthe literature in- tur:
dulged In by the Sunday News, but ITh
must acknowledge that I was mistak-Th
en in thinking that the News adwh
Courier had ignored my letter, andpr
must add, that therefore, that paper
does not deserve the fling I made at it toe
:on account of such supposed treat
ment. I wish to add, further, that I
admire the magnanimity of the News
~and Courier in givng circulation to C
the sarcasm of my note of July 5, dat
which was all against it. Very few SP~
ournals are ev& so fair and liberal as PO~
ht. . F. .T. CaMdwell. Cfn
CLOSE AT NEWBERERRY.
te Campaign And County Campaign
Will Wind Up at Newberry on
'he State campaign will close in
,berry with the meeting on next
urday, and on Saturday night the
nty campaign will be Vrought to a
'he State campaign meeting will be
d in the opera house on Saturday
rning. County Chairman Dominick,
o will preside, announces that the
eting will be called to order at 10
ock. While here the State candi
es, and genuine Newberry hospi
Newberry. County Chairman Dom
-k has made final arrangements for
stopping places of all the candi
es, and genuine Newberry hoospi
ty will be extended them. While
e they will also be the guests of
chamber of commerce and of the
s' club, both of which organizations
1 extend them a cordial welcome to
ir rooms during their stay in New
'he county campaign meeting will
held at Willowbrook park, in West
d, on Saturday night, and the meet
will be called to order at 8 o'clock.
s expected that a very large crowd
l attend this final meeting in the
inty campaign schedule, and it is
>bable that a number of the State
apaigners will stay over for this
DDEN DEATH OF AN OLD LADY.
d While Preparing for Church-A
Irs. Lou Cleland, widow of C. S.
land, died suddenly last Saturday
ernoon at 1 o'clock at her home near
sh River church. A meeting was in
gress at the church; she had at
ded service Friday night and was
paring to go to the morning ser
e on Saturday when she was attack
with heart disease and died shortly
erwards. She was about 70 years
age. The remains were interred at
Cleland graveyard at Longshore's
re Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, ser
e conducted by the Rev. J. R. Mc
trtick and G. A. Wright. Mrs. Cle
d was a devoted member of the
sh River Baptist chuirch and was a
>d woman who will be missed from
community. She was and had long
n prominently identified with the ]
[1 known Bush River settlement and
s a lady of many sterling qualities
ich had endeared her to the hearts
all to whom she was known..
'he deceased is survived by the fol
ring children: Mr. R. X. Cleland, of
appells; Mr. J. S. Cleland, of Levita,
las; Messrs. C. S. and A. A. Cle-1
d, living at the ~ol4 homestead at
sh river; Mrs. Maggie Boyd, of
irens county; Mrs. Thomas Davis,
Kinards, R. F. D. No. 1; Mrs. Beu
Hatton, of Laurens; Miss Dolly P.
land, at the old home, and Mrs. Her
t Wallace, of Kinards, No. 1.
'he Confederate veterans of New"
ry county are requested to meet in
ir respective townships on next
;urday, the 27th Inst. to elect a
rship representative, whose duty
I be to elect a county pension board
the year 1911.4
'ownship No. 1 at council chamber
6 p. m.
'ownship No. 2 at Mt. Bethel, 3 p. m.
'ownship No. 4 at Whitmire, 3 p. m.
'ownship No. 3 at Mt. Pleasant, 3
'ownship No. 5 at Jalapa, 3 p. m.
'ownship No. 6 at Longshore, 3 p. m.
'ownship No. 7 at Chappells, 3 p. mn.
'ownship No. 8 at Utopia, .9 p. m.
'ownship No. 9 at Prosperity, 3 p. m.
'ownship No. 10 at Jolly Street, 3
'ownship No. 11 at Pomaria, 3 p. m.
'hese representatives will meet at :
ncil chamber, Newberry, S. C.,
day, September 5, at 11 o'clock a.
to elect a pension board for New-t
ry county for the year 1911.
W. G. Peterson, !
ension Commissioner Newberry
Barbecue at Slighis.
barbecue will be given on Friday,
It. 2, at Slighs station on the C., N. I
~.railroad, by Messrs. J. D. H. Kib
'Robert Moore and E. H. Werts.
will be arranged so that all who
h to do so can get dinner and re
ra to Newberry on the 12.56 train.
s is a good arrangement for thoset
ag on the early morning train. All
>have ever eaten barbecued meat
pared by J. D. H. Kibler will want
go, as he is to do the cooking on*
2nd of September at Slighs.
r Chapel and Trinity Appointments.
'n account of the sickness of my.
.ghter, who is at her brother's in j
rtanburg, I will not fill my ap
atments at New Chapel and Trinity
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK.
ffeeting to be Held at Prosperity to
Form Organization in No. 9
There will be a meeting of all the
sunday schools of No. 9 township, at
Prosperity, in the Lutheran church, on
Friday, September 2, for the purpose
)f organizing a township Sunday
-chool association. All schools are
irged to send at least three delegates
:o this meeting. Following is the pro
10 a. m.-Devotional exercises.
10.15 a. m.-Organization and elec
ion of officers. The officers to be
lected include a president, vice-pres
dent, secretary and treasurer and
.our members of the executive com
10.45 a. m.-Township Organization
-J. L. Bowles. Discussion.
11 a. m.-The Adult Bible Class-Dr.
E. C. Jones. Discussion.
11.30 a. m.-Teacher Training-Rev.
W. C. Kelley. Discussion.
12 m.-Recess for dinner.
1.30 p. m.-Devotional exercises.
1.45 p. m.-Home Department-Mrs.
A. J. Bowers. Discussion.
2.15 p. m.-Elementary and Primary
Department-Mrs. M. A. Carlisle. Dis
2.45 p. m.-The Sunday School
reachers-Mrs. James F. Epting. Dis
3.15 p. m.-The Interdenominational
Sunday School, and What Does It Do
For Us-Rev. I. S. Caldwell. Discus
3.45 p. m.-Farewell service.
4 p. m.-Benediction.
METHODIST LADIES MEET.
Woman's Home Missionary Society of
Central Church Elects Delegate
to Annual Meeting.
The Woman's Home Mission society,
>f Central Methodist church held its
regular monthly meeting at the home
)f Mrs. C. H. Cannon last Tuesday af
The topic for the afternoon's study
wvas "The Immigrant," and a very
interesting program was, carried out.
2[rs. S. J. Wooten was elected del
agate to the annual meeting to be held
in Spartanburg in October. Mrs. P.
3. Gaillard was elected alterner.
The meeting was concluded with a
aalf hour of social enjoyment.
South Carolina Universalist Conven
The Universalist churches of South
larolina will meet in annual session
with the Clayton Memorial church,
~ewberry county, Friday, August 26,
o Sunday, August 28, inclusive.
Rev. W. 0. B. Bodell, of Greenville,
'. C., will assist in the preaching ser
A program of the services will ap
pear in our next number. The public
are cordially invited to attend the
3. B. Halfacre,
Viaddie Chapman, President.
He's All Right,
Otto Kiettuer has issued a card to
'The Voters of South Carolina,"
;trongly endorsing Hon. Cole. L.
Blease for governor. Well, who is
)tto Klettner?-Spartanburg Journal.
Don't you worry about who he is.
)tto Klettner is a leading merchant
mnd citizen of Newberry, a fine busi
ess man of many excellent virtues
mnd qualities, who attends to his own
usiness and is succussful in his af
airs, a neighbor in the highest sense
>f the word-a truly good Samaritan
-who does not let his right hand know
'hat his left hand doeth.
He has been highly honored in New
)erry, having been alderman several
imes and mayor of the city for two
erms, school trustee for a number of
ears, besides filling various positions
n several fraternal orders, and now
iolding the ,office of great sachem of
he Improved Order of Red Men of
south Carolina. He has been a citiz
upj of Newberry for the past twenty
ve years and is a devout member of
he Lutheran Church of the Redeem
r. He is prominent in every way
nd the people hold him in the high
~st esteem. "Who is Otto Klettner?"
Ie is a man.
A Newberry exchange says the
temporary widowers" of that city are
ecoming very restless. Advise them
o come up here where beautiful girls
re as plentiful as the sands upon the
eashore. It's an undisputed fact that
bbeville girls are bard to beat be
~ause they are so pretty and sweet.
knd to gain one of them for a wife is
appiness personified.--Abbeville Me
The Medium, although a very bright
heet, misunderstood the remark. No
loubt the Abbeville girls are all that
he Medium claims for them, but New
orry girls are nrettior natnrally than
DEATH OF J. PERRY COOK.
A Man Who Bore Up Under Heav
Physical Affliction Without Mur
mur or Complaint.
J. Perry Cook died at his home, ii
West End, this city, on Friday nigh
shortly after 9 o'clock.
Mr. Cook had been in bad health fo:
several years, -and during the pas
number of weeks he had been in se
rious condition, and the end was no
Mr. Cook was the son of Jacob Cook
and he was born in the Prosperity sec
tion of the count yabout 55 years agc
He married a daughter of the Rev. J. C
Boyd, and his wife and several chil
dren survive him.
Mr. Cook had been living in New
berry for about 15 years. Prior t
coming here he was engaged in farm
ing and after coming here, and up un
til the time his health failed, he wa
engaged in cotton mill work. He wa
formerly United States marshal.
During the past several years hi
physical infirmities bore heavily upo
him, but he held up under them with
out murmuring or complaining, do
ing as best he could the work whic]
came to his hands to do, and showin
a fortitude which not every man woul
have displayed under the handica
with which he labored. For some tim
past he had charge of the'circulatio:
end of the Columbia Daily Record 1
Newberry. He took pride in this worl
and he made of it a success here, an
his work was appreciated by the Dail
I Record and by its numerous Newberr
subscribers. The Record reaches New
berry at 7.25 in the afternoon, an
with the excellent delivery systei
which Mr. Cook had established, hi
sons, among others, being carriers, th
paper was in the hands of the sul
scribers in a very few minutes afte
the arrival of the train and the sut
scribers had learned to look for it bc
,fore supper and to await- its com
ing-because they knew Perry Cook
force was always "oil the job," as th
newspapers say, and as Perry Coo
liked to express it.
Mr. Cook was a member of the A,
sociate Reformed Presbyterian churcl
This church has no pastor in New
berry and the Rev. C. W. Kelley, pas
tor of the O'Neall Street Methodis
church, and a close personal friend c
Mr. Cook, and always a sympathize
with those in affliction, was with M1
Cook during his last illness, ani
officiated, together with the secret or
ders, at his funeral.
At. Mr. Cook's request, the Red Me:
and the Odd Fellows, of both of whic:
orders he was a devoted member, too:
charge of his funeral.,. The remain
were Interred at Colony dhurch on Sal
urday afternoon. Through the cor
tesy of President Childs, of the Cc
lumbia, Newberry and Laurens rail
road, the afternoon train earried;
special coach for the accommodatio:
of the funeral party, and stopped a
Colony church, The train frons Cc
lumbia to Newberry made the sam
stop to bring the par'ty back to New
berry. President Childs was admires
by Mr. Cook and he and Mr. Cook Wer,
friends of long years' standing, an<
when he was informed of Perry Cook'
death his expression was one of sym
pathy and his request was that he bi
allowed to do anything in his powe:
to assist in paying the last tribute o
respect to his memory. The reques
that the trains be stopped was mad'
through Mr. E. H. Aull, past sachen
of Bergell tribe, Improved Order o
Red Men, and Sachem Jno. K. Aul
Mr. Childs said that he was only tot
glad to comply with the .request o
the Red Men, and he not only sent
special coach for the accommodatioi
of the party and stopped his trains
but, without request, he wired trans
portation for the family of the deceas
ed. Such sympathy, as shown by suci
good deeds, is highly appreciated no
only by those who were accommodat.
ed, but all the friends of Perry Cool
-and he had hundreds of friend:
throughout the counpy.
The Red Men and Odd Fellows had
joint meeting in Klettner's hall at 1.31
on Saturday afternoon, preparatory t<
taking charge of the funeral. 0. S
Goree, M. N. Padgett and H. C. Bouk.
night were appointed pall-bearers fo:
the Red Men, and H. C. Carter, S. C
Still and J. Y. Jones, for the Odd Fel
lows. The line of march was formed
at the hall and proceeded to the resi
dence, whence the remains were es
corted to the train and to Colony, abou1
one hundred Red Men and Odd Fel
lows, in addition to ladies and thos4
not members of the orders, being i
At Colony church the funeral ser
vices in the church were conducted
by the Rev. C. W. Kelley. Following
the church services the orders tooli
charge of the remains, and the beau.
tiul ceremony of the Red Men was
used at the grave. Actitng Prophel
Kelley, Sachem John K. Aull, Marsha]
of the Day Jno. Henry Chappell and
4cture on Japan.
At Central Methodist church on
Monday evening, the 22nd inst., there
will be . lecture on "Japan and Her
Christion Civilization," by Prof. T.
Fuiust ina formerly of Imperial No
bles c'>,lege, Tokio. Prof. Fukuliima
t carries ample testimonials from prom
ient preachers of the North and ,
t Bishop Robert McIntyre of the
Northern Methodist church says:
"Prof. Fukushima is a scholarly and
Christian gentleman. He is the best
lecturer-on Japan I have heard." He
lectured 'at Greenwod and Columbia '
during the past week. The only com
pensation he asks Is a voluntary offer
- SPECIAL NOTICES.
. One Cent a Word- No ad
- vertisement taken for less
than 25 cents.
NOTICE-The street cab will resume
the same run August 24. Same sche
dule. No changes, only in fare, which
will be 10 cents. 8-23
FOR RENT OR SALE-120 acrs o
land, eight miles from city, with
room dwelling, tenant house and
P barn. J. A. Kibler, Helena, S. C.
2 FOR SALE-At Slighs, S. C., 50 acres
, of land, will sell cheap. Some of
I the Rev. J. A. Sligh old place. Will
Y cut to suit the buyer. Some cash
Y and the other in easy payments. See
- Rufus A. Sligh, SlIghs, S. C. 8-23-tt
FOR SALE-Myself and associates
sl have sold over half million dollars'
e worth of farm lands in southwest
Georgia within the past 8 months.
r This is the best cotton, corn, grain,
and truck growing country in the
entire South. We have other oi
farms and it will pay you to write me
s what you want. Smith D. Pickett. Em
e pire Life Building, Atlanta, Ga.
FOR SALE-Medium size Jersey much
cow. Good milker, easily kept.
Good quality. Calf 8 weeks old.. Bar
gain for someboV7. Apply to E. 19
Sligh, Slighs, S. C.
STOLEN OR STRAYED-Pair mare
r mules, one black four years olW, one'
-bay .or brown five years old. Weight
Iabout 1100 pounds each. Will ap
- preciate any information. G. W. Ja.
cobs, Newberry, S. C.
WANTED-A young man of .exper
ience desires a position in a general
store in or near Prosperity or 'iea.r
- Newberry. Can purchase Interest
1in the business. Can give good ref
- erence. Position wanted by October.
1. Answer H. S., 'Care Herald and~
iDR. MELDAU makes a specialty
obscure diseases of both sexes;
morphine and other drug labits.
is at his office all day. 8-1
NOTICE-I will give a first-class
e becue at my residence cam
i day, August 27, 1910. I will
meat and hash at 11.30. J.
CIGAE SATEMANW 1ANTED
Experience unnecessary. Sell
brands to t4he retail trade.*
pay. Write for full .partbinlrs
Globe Cigar Co.,
I Cleveland, Ohio.
L GET YOUE GLASSES from Dr. #.
1 W. Connor, a graduate of the larr
est ootical college ir. the world-the
Northern Illinois College of Chies
- Ig". Dr Connor.is located permtan
1 ently in Newberry. 2ives both the
t objective and subjective tests by
- eleetricity and gnarantees his work
FOR SALE-The 10-room house andj
lot I own on corner 'of Glenn and
Main streets. House recently re
novated inside and out. Lot has two
colored tenements and good sIzel
stable, together with variety of. fruit,
-and shade trees, with splendid truck
garden, and berry patches. Proper
. ty will be sold entire, or sub-divided
;and sold separately. For patrticu
lars inquire at the premises. E. B.
FERNISHED rooms to rent with or
without board. Apply at 1000 Col
' lege street. 7-12-10O
FRESH BREAD AND ROLLS-We
will continue to get steam raised
bread and rolls every morning,
fresh from the oven. If you want
good bread we have it. Jones'
WANTED-Two to six reliable ren
ters to work my lands for next three'
years. Henry D. Boozer, Newerr
. '. n F. n. No. 2. 8-9-St-1ta~.'